Organised by the Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA), Home & Giving Fair is a not to be missed trade exhibition for retail buyers, store owners and managers, interior designers, stylists, event planners and more is expected to attract thousands of qualified and excited buyers.
Taking place over four days from 20 to 23 February, retail buyers can expect over 350 quality AGHA wholesaler members exhibiting thousands of new and much loved brands across the eight Home & Giving core product categories; Gift, Home, Fashion, Jewellery, Kids, Kitchen, Outdoor and Stationery.
“As the only industry led gift and home trade event in Australia, retail buyers can expect the best buying environment possible to source new season ranges,” said Wayne Castle, CEO of AGHA.
Home & Giving Fair is once again featuring the exclusive Design Life Sydney. Under the beautiful architecture of The Dome, buyers can source quality and contemporary best-selling product.
For the second year running Home & Giving Fair hosts the Fair Trade Zone in collaboration with the Fair Trade Association (FTA) of Australia and New Zealand. Here, retail buyers will discover likeminded companies offering handmade and artisan items from around the world.
This year, over 13 industry professionals will be presenting one-hour sessions in the Retail Seminar Series, including Stylist Megan Morton, popular blogger Jen Bishop from Interiors Addict, Di Swinbourn of COLOURDOT and the Sydney Design School and Marketing Funnel Specialist Grace Lever.